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Stadiums for the Championships
December 19, 2007   
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1. Baltic Arena in Gdańsk

This will be an entirely new stadium. Its roof, shape and color are intended to resemble a giant piece of amber.
Capacity: 40,000
Planned matches in the Euro 2012 championships: group matches and quarterfinals
Cost: zl.320 million
Due to open: 2010

2. Miejski Stadium in Poznań
Home stadium to Lech Poznań. Built in 1980, it will now be enlarged and modernized.
Capacity (after enlargement): 46,000 people
Planned matches in Euro 2012 : group matches
Due to open: 2010

3. Olympic Stadium in Wrocław
Total capacity: 45,000 people
Planned matches: group matches
Due to open: 2010

4. Wisła Stadium in Cracow
The enlargement of Wisła Stadium has been in progress for over a year. The stands are being modernized, as is the stadium in Chorzów, which remains a reserve stadium for now.
Capacity (after enlargement): 30,000
Planned matches: group matches
Due to open: 2010

5. National Stadium in Warsaw
The stadium will be constructed on the site of the derelict Dziesięciolecia Stadium. It is to be a part of a major sports and retail center. A swimming pool and an exhibition hall will be built nearby.
Capacity: 60,000
Planned matches: opening match, group matches, quarterfinals, semi-finals
Due to open: 2010

6. ¦l±ski Stadium in Chorzów
The ¦l±ski Stadium, dubbed the mecca of Polish football, is to be reconstructed, but will for now be a reserve stadium.
Capacity (after reconstruction): 60,000
Planned matches: group matches
Due to open: 2008

Stadiums in Ukraine

National Stadium in Dnepropetrovsk
Capacity: 34,000
Planned matches: group matches
Due to open: 2007

Shakhtar Stadium in Donetsk
Capacity: 55,000
Planned matches: group matches, quarter-finals, semi-final
Due to open: 2009

Ukraina Stadium in Lviv
Capacity: 40,000
Planned matches: group matches
Planned end of reconstruction: 2009
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